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THE WIMBLEEON PRIZE MEETING.

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AMERICA. NEW YORK, July 17, Evening. President Johnson has vetoed the Freedman's Bureau Bill upon the same grounds on which he vetoed a similar bill in February last. Both houses of Congress passed yesterday the bill over the President's veto. Secretary Seward has written a letter approving the Philadelphia National Convention, which he regards as a patriotic effort to induce Congress to admit the Southern representatives, which admission can alone complete the restoration of the Union. President Johnson has signed the Internal Revenue Bill, which takes effect in September next, xhe tax on cotton is fixed at three cents per pound. Head-centre Stephens bas been committed to Boston gaol for a debt of 4,000 dolls. He has since been re- leased on bail. A Western paper strikes the name of two sub-

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